muchness


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Related to muchness: much of a muchness

much·ness

 (mŭch′nĭs)
n.
Greatness of quantity, degree, or extent.

muchness

(ˈmʌtʃnɪs)
n
1. archaic or informal magnitude
2. much of a muchness Brit very similar

much•ness

(ˈmʌtʃ nɪs)

n.
greatness, as in quantity, measure, or degree.
Idioms:
much of a muchness,
a. much the same; very much alike.
b. extravagance; excess.
[1350–1400; Middle English mochenesse]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.muchness - greatness of quantity or measure or extent
magnitude - the property of relative size or extent (whether large or small); "they tried to predict the magnitude of the explosion"; "about the magnitude of a small pea"
archaicism, archaism - the use of an archaic expression
Translations

muchness

[ˈmʌtʃnɪs] N they're much of a muchnessson poco más o menos lo mismo

muchness

n (Brit inf) they’re much of a muchness (things) → das ist eins wie das andere; (people) → sie sind einer wie der andere

muchness

[ˈmʌtʃnɪs] n (fam) they're much of a muchnesssono più o meno uguali
References in classic literature ?
You'll find 'em much of a muchness, I expect,' says Durdles.
Other than for a handful of seasons, the last 30 years have been much of a muchness when, on the whole, Wolves have pretty much stood still.
JOINING THE FOLD SMARTPHONES are all much of a muchness these days, but Samsung have long been rumoured to be working on a foldable phone with two displays, thought to be called the Galaxy X.
Foldable phones Smartphones are all much of a muchness these days, but Samsung has long been rumoured to be working on a foldable phone with two displays, thought to be called the Galaxy X.
Homemade Dynamite and a cover of Disclosure's Magnets made for a tough opening blast, all juddering percussion and sparse melodies, but with Hard Feelings and Sober in the same segment of the set, there was just too much of a muchness going on.
In response to which, Jansson, who also liked to draw things beginning with an M--Moomintrolls, and Mymbles, and Little My --creates wonderful flights of birds and balloons, a lamp buzzing with moths and other insects, a muchness that is wholly her own.
THE ROOM Most business hotels are much of a muchness these days.
WE SHOULD finally find out on Saturday whether the novicechase form of last season is any good or if they are all much of a muchness.
We have four senior centre-backs, and they're all much of a muchness.
We have four senior centrebacks, and they're all much of a muchness.
I look at Jack Colback and Cheick Tiote and they are much of a muchness.
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